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♪ >> amy stevens made the video. when she realized that the sun from her oven sound like a song by asher, that is good stuff. "fox and friends first" continues right now, goodbye. jillian: tuesday, august 13th, a fox news alert, new details painting a picture of what happened inside in new york city jail cell the night jeffrey epstein died. >> we are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility and are deeply concerning. any co-conspirators should not rest easy. >> from missed welfare check to unqualified prison guards, and the weapon used to take his own life, we are live with breaking develop and, donald trump
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>> dancing at 36. >> you are going to go there this early. a little later in the show. the dog days of summer, you are watching "fox and friends first" on tuesday morning. >> thank you for starting your day with us. we begin with a fox news alert, multimillionaire jeffrey epstein reportedly hung himself in his jail cell. >> alarming details about is that as we learn one of the guards in charge of monitoring him was a substitute. >> the investigation shifts to the caribbean. >> the new york post reports jeffrey epstein hung himself in his cell with a that she. many are asking of guards failed to follow proper procedures by not checking on the 66-year-old every 30 minutes like they are supposed to. epstein reportedly tried suicidally weeks earlier but was unsuccessful. the associated press reports one
of the guards in charge was not a regular corrections officer. it's been reported the metropolitan correctional center is severely understaffed. attorney general bill barr spoke about his death monday and made it clear he believes officials in charge of the facility have a lot to answer for. >> i was appalled, the whole department was and angry to learn of the mcc's failure to adequately secure this prisoner. we are learning of serious irregularities at this facility, deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation. >> reporter: speaking of investigations a company in the virgin islands nap these pictures showing the fbi examining his home in the virgin islands, investigators have not said what they were looking for. he was known to frequent the lost property. if investigators engage he engaged in sex with young girls, the justice department charged
him with death with thursday and even after his death their cases far from over. >> let me assure you this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with epstein. any co-conspirators should not rest easy. victims deserve justice and they will get it. >> an autopsy was performed on epstein over the weekend but the results have yet to be made public. jillian: there are so many questions surrounding this. rob: the protocol breaches at that jail, jeffrey epstein's former attorney kenneth starr says the key focus should be the timeline surrounding his death. >> i'm very happy the attorney general is going to get to the bottom of how this happens and regularities are a great concern especially in light of the fact
that he was in a very precarious situation and deserved protection and also deserved monitoring. there are a lot of questions but i'm very distressed by the very fact the day after he was visiting with his defense lawyers he is found dead. that strikes me as very concerning to put it mildly. >> the house judiciary committee has launched an investigation into epstein's death demanding answers to 23 questions sent to the bureau of prisons with a deadline of august 21st. also breaking right now a highway patrol officer killed when a traffic stop turns into a shootout, law enforcement escorted officer's flag draped coffin from the hospital overnight.
investigators say he was calling a tow truck to impound the suspect's car when he began shooting. >> it was a long and horrific gunbattle and it resulted in a very extensive crime scene. >> two other officers were heard in a shootout and the gunman was also killed, two witnesses suffered minor injuries. the officer is the 27th officer killed in the line of duty this year, he served nearly three years leaves behind a wife. >> us marine killed in iraq may be a victim of friendly fire, the pentagon first reported gunnery sergeant scott was killed by small arms enemy fire but now an investigation is underway to determine if he was accidentally shot by american or iraqi forces. the first american servicemember killed in iraq this year, he leaves behind a wife and two kids. >> a man is behind bars after opening fire had a va hospital. police tackling the gunman to
the ground before anyone was hurt. >> within 30 seconds of backfiring the va police responded and mitigated the threat. we avoided tragedy in the city of chicago. >> it is unclear how the suspect got inside but he's not believed to be a veteran and a motive is unclear. a friend who bought body armor for the day shooter could face 15 years in prison. prosecutors say even lied on federal firearms forms when he bought a gun for himself. he never disclosed he was growing psychedelic mushrooms and smoked marijuana. he bought body armor and 100 round magazine the gunman used in his deadly shooting. prosecutors say he played no role in planning the massacre. holly says he kept the gear at his home to hide it from the shooter's parents. >> protesters pushing hong kong to the brink of no return. that is the warning from the city's leader as airport protests stretch into a fifth
day. this has been such a disaster for travelers in asia, china has compared the actions of these protesters to terrorism. the country accusing the us of supporting these riots and protests, our government denies that claim. the protesters are rally against a law that would extradite criminal suspects to mainland china. the united nations investigating cyberattacks linked to north korea, experts accused the rogue nation of stealing $2 billion to fund its nuclear program after targeting 17 different countries, the experts detailed ways the regime has avoided sanctions calling for new penalties for that activity. north korea has not responded to those accusations. >> 2020 hopeful tells he gathered is stepping off the campaign trail to serve our
country, she's expected to be gone with the hawaii national guard for joint training exercises. gabbard says she's excited about the opportunity to serve again. >> i love our country in so many ways including as a soldier. i'm looking forward to fulfilling my service and my responsibly. >> the commerce women has been deployed to iraq and kuwait, she's the only woman in the 2020 race with military experience. >> princess diana at the great white way, a musical about her life will open on broadway this spring. >> to bring diana to life on stage is a huge privilege. i feel very don did but i hope people who didn't know about her and weren't aware of her journey have an idea of what she did as well. >> the show's broadway debut comes after its world premiere
in san diego. >> fox news alert systematic failures in the death of jerry -- jeffrey epstein, a got assigned to watch was a substitute so what needs to be addressed? what key issues need to be investigated? our next guest says they are expected to do more with less and the first to get the blame. >> military vets have a message for the american fencer who knelt during the national anthem. joey jones says this is evidence of how spoiled americans have become. 's live with another american athlete story you need to hear. ♪ who used expedia to book the vacation rental which led to the discovery that sometimes a little down time can lift you right up. expedia. everything you need to go. m...before she puts them in the dishwasher. so what does the dishwasher do?
what happens and there will be accountability. >> new questions around the metropolitan correctional center where jeffrey epstein is believed to have committed suicide with a that she. >> digging into serious irregularities you had mentioned by the attorney general. joining us with insight on what the key failures might be as the president of the congressional officer benevolent association, thank you for joining us. what needs to be done first? how do we go in this direction that we can get these questions answered? >> first thing that needs to be understood as we don't make policy. we don't decide who gets the watch your who was on suicide watch. management makes those decisions. we just carry them out. the first thing anybody would have to talk to, unless we are told you are on suicide watch we
are not watching you. >> you do the job you are told to do. we understand that. on the night that enabled epstein to do this there were some irregularities was the first is very strange that 6 days after he tried to kill himself he was no longer on suicide watch and not checked for several hours that night even though he was supposed to be checked every 30 minutes, didn't have a cellmate and a corrections officer was a substitute and they were working serious overtime shifts, very much understaffed. what are the chances the guards don't check on him when they are supposed to and he gets a solo cell? it seems fishy, doesn't it? >> we are not guards, we are correction officers. with we do our tour every half hour or every hour, every day correction officers, we stop
people from committing suicide so we are watching every 15 minutes, every 30 minutes, only takes a few minutes to kill your self and most of the time if that is what you're determined to do that is what you are going to do but at the end of the day if he already tried to commit suicide than i don't know why management or anybody would take a watch sheet off of him. he should have continued to be watched. it will be interesting to see, usually correction officers, we are at the bottom of the totem pole and everything that goes wrong comes to us and everything that goes right goes to management but this time correction officers, we do what we are supposed to do and unfortunately the overtime over there is insane. shannon: talk about conditions, you mention the overtime that you are expected to do more with less but also talk about what it is like as a substitute. your first day as a substitute and you are expected to know the
lay of the land and expected to do everything in a timely manner what is that like? >> that can be a problem as well but listening and looking for the truth it appears they are sharing this responsibility of watching inmates with civilians. that's not a job of civilians, that is our job and i believe if we were staffed correctly then we would be the ones responsible for doing it but we are sharing that responsibility and decided to give that to somebody else for whatever reason how the congressional officer gets held responsible. >> there are so many conspiracy theories out right now but let me ask one question. is even plausible that somehow money could have been exchanged to allow him to have the time he needed and the situation he needed to kill himself in prison to q >> to go back to what i said before, anybody in jail, it's been my experience for 30 years when inmates want to kill themselves they are going to. >> he had to be alone to do that
so he was alone and wasn't checked for hours, there are some weird anomalies here and i just want to do you think it is within the realm of possibility somebody paid some money to get these guys to go away for a little while? >> i don't think that is something that happened here. we watch a lot of tv and csi and honestly i think this guy probably did not want to go through whatever it was. >> is this a bigger issue than we are aware of that has been brought to light? >> the bigger issue is you cannot run a jail without the amount of correction officers or staff that you need and i think this is a wake-up call for management to say stop. >> thank you, appreciate it, thank you very much. >> 18 after the hour, whole foods at odds with amazon over
there link to ice. why employees are demanding they make a change or else. >> the nfl took one step closer to legal sports betting in the us, tracy carrasco joins us with the play-by-play of this deal coming up. t you to meet someone. this is jamie. you're going to be seeing a lot more of him now. -i'm not calling him "dad." -oh, n-no. -look, [sighs] i get it. some new guy comes in helping your mom bundle and save with progressive, but hey, we're all in this together. right, champ? -i'm getting more nuggets. -how about some carrots? you don't want to ruin your dinner. -you're not my dad! -that's fair. overstepped.
>> one state continues banning abortion as soon as a woman knows she's pregnant. tennessee lawmakers holding a second hearing on the proposal today. supporters and critics packed the state capital to debate and amendment to the heartbeat bill. the changes are expected to be accepted the bill could be put up for a vote by january. >> a group of whole foods employees demanding their parent
company amazon cut ties with immigration customs enforcement. they want amazon to stop supporting a data company that helps ice track immigrants. the employees right undocumented people must be welcomed with compassion and treated like the political and economic asylum-seekers that they are. people occupy the amazon flagship store in new york on sunday. >> touchdown for sports betting. the industry spiking a huge deal with the nfl. >> a play-by-play of this agreement. >> they made a deal to distribute data to sports radar and then distribute that to the legal gambling operations in the us and abroad. this is an exclusive deal. they will package this in formation, this data to these gambling operations and then use that data to help with small sports in the game so this is
something they will be monitoring all of the bets to go on and make sure everything is legit and that is important to the nfl so this is something we haven't really seen from the nfl. we've seen it from the nba and mlb so the nfl is getting into the game a little late. >> a nice hot pumpkin spice latte while you sit on the beach because that is what is happening. >> reporter: the official start of fall is september 23rd but starbucks getting ready to roll out the pumpkin spice latte. according to employees on august 27th. a whole month ahead of fall but they're not the only ones, duncan getting ready to roll out the farming you. august 21st, they have the pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin donuts and tomorrow several locations across the country, changing their name from duncan to pumpkin. tomorrow.
every single year. >> time to start christmas shopping. >> get your candy for valentine's day next year. >> fox news alert. a massive manhunt underway for a suspect who shot the connecticut police captain. how that captain is doing and what led to the shooting. >> kamala harris bested by a 91-year-old iowa women. her response when confronted with the truth is that most voters don't want to medicare for all, we come right back.
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his jail cell as we learn one of the guards in charge of monitoring him with a substitute. william barr demanding a thorough investigation at the new york city prison. jillian: the us marine in iraq killed may be a victim of friendly fire, the pentagon first reported the restart and scott was killed by small arms enemy fire but an investigation is underway to determine if he was shot by american or iraqi forces, the first american servicemember killed in iraq this year. rob: the president heads to pennsylvania today. he will sure chemical ethane plant outside pittsburgh to highlight efforts to boost american manufacturing and energy, donald trump won pennsylvania in 2016, the first republican to take that state since ronald reagan, george bush, in 1988. jillian: it could be harder for immigrants to get green cards if they rely on financial
assistance. >> the white house policy is sparking some very sharp criticism from the left. >> the white house wants the policy to pay particular attention to those who believe it would pose an undue burden on us taxpayers. >> to protect benefits for american citizens immigrants must be financially self-sufficient. >> under the new rules green cards could be denied to legal immigrants who use medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers. it would expand federal assistance programs that could disqualify immigrants and most important lease a white house officials focus on immigrant skills rather than family reunification. the policy rollout comes just days after a gunman targeted hispanics in a deadly rampage in texas and enforcement action over the weekend that saw 700 illegal immigrants detained in mississippi. administration officials -- >> federal warrant issued by a judge and i said to follow
through. the timing was unfortunate. >> from capitol hill to the campaign trail and beyond democrats criticized the new policy and the enforcement actions over the weekend. nancy pelosi said the move undermines the character of america, campaign of terror, 2020 presidential candidate kamala harris, tom perez added the appetite for cruelty in the administration is insatiable, this is one of the companies targeted in the enforcement action held a jobs fair today. applicants would need two forms of id to apply. >> october 15th is when the latest rule is set to take effect. it will be challenged in court. >> the rule could impact potential immigrants.
this is actually been on the books for more than a century. >> in the immigration aspect for 140 years has already been understood. you want to immigrate here you got to be self-sufficient but this is the right thing to do. we have us citizens that pay taxes for years and make sure social services are for us citizens. we have to take care of the american people, he is putting america first. jillian: at least 34 million illegal immigrants are living in the united states. >> fox news alert was the massive manhunt underway for a man who shot a police captain in connecticut, newhaven police say anthony job was off duty when he witnessed a gunman killed another man and when he tried to intervene he was shot.
>> sustained multiple gunshot wounds and is lucky to be alive. >> they search for this gunman, captain tough is expected to be okay. california democrat wants to fight gun violence with insurance. he is introducing a law to force gun owners to carry liability insurance or pay a fee. >> we are in the heart of silicon valley. innovation starts here. this is a crisis that is crying out for many solutions. >> the mayor says the plan would offset the public cost of gun violence and it comes weeks after a nearby gilroy shooting the lead to 3 people dead and 12 hurt. jillian: william barr condemning water attacks on the nypd, five different incidents this summer leaving office is drenched. >> we were nauseated by the spectacle of those prancing
punks in new york dousing the officers with water and hurling plastic buckets. jillian: the doj will fast-track the death penalty for criminals convicted in mass shootings or in the death of police officers. the justice department announced plans to resume capital punishment at the federal level last month. rob: weeks from the third democratic presidential debate and only 9 candidates are qualified to take the stage and a dozen are in danger of missing the cut off. former justice director for bernie sanders 2016 campaign told "fox and friends first" who she believes is at risk. >> bill diblasio won't make it, maureen williamson entertained everyone. i don't know if she will pull that off as well. and to start football season and see who can play this game.
rob: candidates must have the support of 137 unique donors and dnc approved holes by august 28th. the debate within houston. >> kamala harris get tackle that a senior center. >> i don't intend to mess with your medicare. i want to make sure your healthcare is where you want it, i promise you that. >> 91-year-old roberta jewell warning the center about healthcare reform, a self-described staunch republican she told local media she hasn't heard any decent answer on how democrats plan to pay for medicare for all. rob: actress and liberal activist alyssa milano gearing up for 2020 to lunch a grassroots fundraising initiative to encourage voting in swing states. >> stop fighting with each
other, let's do something truly spectacular, let's start working together on something we can all agree on, defeating trump. jillian: the movement photo project will encourage turnout in michigan, pennsylvania and wisconsin, allstate donald trump won in 2016. rob: janice is here with a check of the weather. >> a special day in the studio. i knew in advance, i could have bought you a cake. rob: you wouldn't have to do that for me. got me an ice cream cake. >> a little lactose intolerant. i will sing you happy birthday later. let's take a look. rob: in that voice. >> storm reports, potential for large hail, damaging wind, isolated tornadoes in the same
areas, there is the past 24 hours, the severe threat from the mid-atlantic towards the ohio river valley and across portions of the high plains. we will watch those areas over the next several hours especially in the afternoon as we get the daytime heating, heat advisory to remain posted across the south. a lot of areas under heat advisories and warning, we could see heat indices over 100 ° but relief is coming. it looks pretty warm to me but bring the temperatures down in a couple notches in the next couple days. there is your forecast, hot and hazy and humid across the south dealing with high heat over parts of the southwest in towards california so we will continue to monitor that. temperatures well over 100 °. happy birthday dear rob ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ rob: thank you, marilyn. one of the best renditions i
ever got. appreciate that. >> i will be here all week. rob: 37 after the hour. one of the most ungrateful reactions to a gift you have ever seen. a teenager sends his brand-new bmw into the river, upset about his car, who our his parents are reacting. jillian: defending lady liberty after one reporter decided to turn immigration policy update into an all-out attack. >> a public charge will, give us your tired, your poor, should those words come down? jillian: carly shimkus here with your reaction to that question. we are coming right back. brain freeze! no, it's my teeth. your teeth hurt? sensitivity. i should see my dentist. my teeth have been really sensitive lately. well 80% of sensitivity starts at the gum line,
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change the historic plaque on the statue of liberty. listen to this. >> the word to the base of the statue of liberty read give us your tired, your poor, your implement a public charge will for the first time. that sentiment, give us your tired, your poor still operating in the united states? do those words come down? >> i'm not prepared to take anything down off of the statue of liberty. rob: carly shimkus with serious xm 115 here with reaction online. carley: the trump administration implement a new policy that would make it more difficult for people and things like food simpson medicaid to receive green cards and visas. critics carl this anti-american and anti-immigrant. but could generally call this a place that is welcoming to immigrants and home to more immigrants than any other country in the world. people are fired up on both sides of the argument.
your tweets defending the plan, when did statue of liberty become the constitution? another twitter user saying it doesn't say it won't work, there were no social services when the statue of liberty was erected, charles on twitter arguing the plaque is a poet, not a policy. immigration officials will evaluate individual applications based on totality of things so it won't just be the social services aspect of this. >> a couple gaps joe biden has had in recent weeks, one of his advisers has something to say, calling it a narrative. >> this is a press narrative, not a voter narrative. if you look at the coverage in iowa and juxtapose local newspapers and television coverage to national media coverage you would have thought these reporters were two events. >> the folks on social media not
buying that. the campaign can't handle media pushback or criticism. stephen says acting like the press is pushing anti-biden narrative won't will anyone. carmen coming in hard with this tweet saying listening to joe biden without a media filter, says he is old. and following anyone with a camera 24 hours a day, and we can agree with that. >> the first day of school, the picture is going viral. carley: some kids in southern states are already back to school. this shows 3 siblings praying, going viral online. they pray together every day for their school bus drivers so what
you can't see in the picture is they lost their apartment and mom and dad lost their job. a go fund me page called praying kids has been started to help this family out. >> that is so sweet. rob: let's see what is coming up on "fox and friends". >> larry elder and michael goodwin, plenty to talk about. this fbi special agent has no idea, reunited with an infant he rescued decades ago. >> turns out the infant he found in a dumpster grew up to be a us marine. the young man joins us live with
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law that would extradite criminal suspects, the city leader says hong kong is on the brink of no return. rob: major airport. we will keep you posted. after kneeling for the national anthem at the pan am games. jillian: one veteran has a message for any athlete who disrespects the flag. rob: joy jones joins us to talk about this. thanks for coming back to the show. a couple guys protests, what was your initial response? >> we live in a country so blessed and prosperous and so free, to those things that make it that way, this is the irony of the situation where generations of americans have
died from the revolutionary war and washington, athletes growing up in a world where it is not their blood and sacrifice the ensures freedom so it is not quite perfect. and it is disheartening it is something that is predictable. when you don't understand what things cost it is easy not to be happening with them. >> you understand the cost of war and spend your life fighting for your country. >> one bad day in afghanistan was the day i was injured and another marine got killed. i wish i could go back and save them. outside of that i was in the marine corps with a blessing in my life that made me a stronger person and hopefully made the country safer. one of the protesters from the most recent event tweeted he sacrificed a moment of glory to make the country a better place because everyone was tuning in
to see the gold medalist this year. maybe you try to go viral and get some attention. i have a friend on the usa soccer team who posted, his name assessed john, a green beret injured multiple times, injured, went to africa, he dedicated his life to serving the greater cause, now he's playing soccer for the us soccer team and he posted this, because what these guys are doing he will make sure they are running this country even more than standing on the podium and he was embarrassed by their actions and have to believe success could be an expert on this issue. >> interesting perspective, let's get your reaction to him explaining his feelings on this. we must call for change, my pride has been cut short by the
multiple shortcomings of the country and a president who spread hate. i chose to sacrifice my moment today at the top of the podium to call attention to issues i believe need to be addressed. what do you say to that? >> sacrifice must be a malleable word these days. that's what i tweeted to him because sacrifice means giving something up and all he got was more follows and retweets and talking about him on the news. a lot of people don't like him because of this and i'm sure he regained a lot of fans, plenty of people supporting the colin kaepernick protest without understanding why, just trending to do so he doesn't get to use the word sacrifice in this situation. i don't have a monopoly on sacrifice, neither does our military but we are certainly -- >> here's a quote from the us olympic and paralympic committee on podium protests, every athlete competing commits to terms of eligibility including to refrain from demonstrations
that are political in nature, we are disappointed they chose not to honor their commitment. our leadership, reviewing what the consequences may -- what do you think the consequences should be kick you >> don't know this person should have the opportunity to stand on the podium again. when you make a commitment you sign on the dotted line and make a promise, my promise, i lost my leg, the least he could use his, that is all i say about it. >> thank you so much and thank you again for the sacrifice you made and we appreciate your time. >> 6 minutes until the top of the hour, a teen trash is a brand-new car. why he decided this bmw wasn't a good enough gift and what his parents have to say. >> that is really good. a mortified daughter and her dancing mom going viral.
jillian: welcome back. time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. first up the good. a police officer's son gets ultimate surprise from his dad fighting cancer. dad and his brothers in blue escorting 5-year-old carmine to first day of kindergarten in missouri. >> one of my biggest day, and i just did not want to miss this. he means the world to me. we have been through a lot together. >> more than 20 police officers from 10 departments were there to support the
family. rob: really cool there next the bad. a 22-year-old kid puts his brand new bmw in the river because he wanted a jaguar instead. the birthday present wasn't big enough to fit his friends inside. he never figured he would do something like that. what a brat. jillian: ugly. mom's dance video goes viral. ♪ rob: oh, man. jillian: amy realized when the squeaking from her oven sounded like the song yeah by usher. i think there might be a surprise for rob coming through right now. jillian: all right, rob. act surprise. [laughter] rob: look at that thing. jillian: happy birthday.
you can eat it. rob: thank you so much. something i can eat. this is beautiful. thank you very much. rob: have a good day. ♪ >> turning to a fox news alert. a highway patrol officer is killed when a traffic stop turns into a wild shootout. escorting andre morea flag draped coffin in riverside, california overnight. ainsley: officer following tow truck to impound a car. didn't like that pulled out a gun and began firing. >> straight in the middle of my windshield missing my head and my two kids that were in the back. griff: the officer is the